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The ins and outs of the new SECURE Act proposed regulations | PFP learning library podcast archive

5 months ago · 33 min listen

The long-awaited SECURE Act proposed regulations related to post-mortem IRA distributions are finally here. Bob Keebler, CPA/PFS, walks through the latest proposals and shares what you need to know in this episode of the PFP Section podcast. Topics covered include:

  • 2021 RMDs that were missed in the case of death post required beginning date

  • Key points related to the new proposed regulations compared with the existing rules

  • When the 5-year rule, 10-year rule, and the life expectancy rule apply

  • Expansion of the definitions of eligible designated beneficiary, disabled, and chronically ill

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